01 Balderdash 02 banter 03 Radar Contact 04 A Bone to Pick 05 On This Mountain, Born in Clouds 06 I Wanna Get With You 07 Galloping Sun Dogs 08 Breathing Space 09 banter 10 The Left Hand of Darkness 11 Was it Just a Dream? 12 Seize the Day/Siege Engine 13 666 (I Have to Call My Boss) 14 Boiling Cauldron 15 banter 16 The Poet 17 Tempo Felice (Happy Tempo) 18 You Loved Me 19 The Angel 20 Burning Season 21 Squirt The Frogs 22 crowd Encore: 23 Kashmir Topic: Live concert Source: AKG ck63/Naiant + SBD
Download free music. Concerts in the Live Music Archive are available for download and streaming in formats including flac, mp3, and ogg vorbis.
Band's Official Website
On October 10, 2002, Tim's archivist Kyle McKay gave permission for shows to be hosted at the Archive:
We asked, "Would this new archive.org site be covered under Tim's regular trading policy?"
Kyle replied, "yes, thats cool, as long as it is free and for the fans,,thanks"
Tim Reynolds and TR3 allow audio and video taping at almost every live performance. Tim has an amazing talent for improvization and no two shows are the same. Taping allows fans the opportunity to recreate the live experience. At all taping authorized performances, tapers can tape from any location in the venue that doesn't obstruct the view of others or in areas designated by the venue for taping. Soundboard feeds are sometimes avaliable, but are in no way guaranteed.
Tim himself allows taping, however, some venues do not. If a venue doesn't allow taping there is nothing Tim can do. The venue has final say on taping. If you are planning to tape a show you must contact the venue ahead of time to make sure taping is permitted.
All recordings must be used for personal use or trading only. All audio and video performances belong to Tim Reynolds / TR3 and are not available for promotional use without explicit prior written consent. Selling or commercializing any recording is illegal and will jeopardize taping privileges for everyone.
For a nice overview of how to approach soundmen about taping and what to bring, you should check out "Bands That Allow Taping" at http://btat.wagnerone.com/ There is a great section about the bottom of the page by Joe the soundman in Blacksburg VA on proper ettiquette and things you may need. This list of course varies from venue to venue depending on equipment. That is why it is a good idea to contact the venue well before the show and make sure you have the right equipment. Special Thanx to Mike Wagner for including us and providing this reference.